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Yume Makase (Japan Version)

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Yume Makase (Japan Version)
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Radwimps frontman Noda Yojiro lends his vocals to jazz band Soil & "Pimps" Sessions' new single Yume Makase. Besides featuring, Noda also penned the lyrics of the title track which serves as the theme song of the TBS detective drama Hello Harinezumi starring Eita.
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Product Title: Yume Makase (Japan Version) Yume Makase (日本版) Yume Makase (日本版) ユメマカセ (日本版) Yume Makase (Japan Version)
Release Date: 2017-08-23
Publisher Product Code: VICL-37318
Language: Japanese
Disc Format(s): CD
Other Information: Single
Package Weight: 100 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
Publisher: Victor Entertainment
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1060622376

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世界各地の大型フェスティバルでオーディエンスをノックアウトし、海外でも人気を誇るジャズバンド、SOIL&"PIMP"SESSIONS。昨年10月より約半年間の休止期間を経て、活動再開! RADWIMPSの野田洋次郎をフィーチャリング・ヴォーカリストに迎えた新曲「ユメマカセ」がTBS系金曜ドラマ『ハロー張りネズミ』の主題歌に決定! 作曲はソイル、歌詞と歌を野田洋次郎が担当!

01 ユメマカセ / SOIL&"PIMP"SESSIONS feat. Yojiro Noda
03 ハロー張りネズミのテーマ〔真夏のハリネズミ〕 / SOIL&"PIMP"SESSIONS
04 ユメマカセ〔Instrumental〕 / SOIL&"PIMP"SESSIONS
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August 24, 2017

Detective jazz
This season, TBS is airing the quirky detective drama Hello Harinezumi, based on the eighties manga about a scrappy private investigator agency. The series' writer/director One Hitoshi has a great track record with music in past productions like Moteki and the 2014 detective drama River's Edge Ookawabata Tanteisha, and Hello Harinezumi is no exception. For River's Edge, it was Ego-Wrappin' that supplied the detective jazz sound. This time, it's jazz ensemble Soil & "Pimp" Sessions that created the outstanding music for the entire Hello Harinezumi soundtrack.

The band collaborates with Radwimps' Noda Yojiro for the series' suave and classy theme song Yume Makase. The laidback jazz number rides on a funky bassline and silky, free-flowing melody with well-timed dashes of trumpet. The refrain is especially an earworm, with its breezy lyrics and reiterative structure: "Leave your song to the wind / Leave that wind to the dream / How about leaving that dream to me?" Besides penning the appropriately moody lyrics, Noda Yojiro expands his repertoire vocally by showing an assuredly relaxed and groovy flow that is quite different from his already fairly versatile performances in Radwimps and solo project songs.

The title track is coupled with the "Manatsuno Harinezumi Version" of the jauntily electric Hello Harinezumi no Theme, the main instrumental theme heard in the drama's opening credits. The song is a classic Soil & "Pimp" Sessions-style track overflowing with get-up-and-dance energy. The song's flitting piano chords and bass line set the tone, and the trumpet-led melody line has a playful sitcom jingle sensibility that fits perfectly for a detective series.

Between the two Hello Harinezumi songs, Crawlin' offers a more aggressive sound with increasingly agitated narration and percussion. Soil & "Pimp" Sessions applies strong steady beats and impactful flourishes to the rock-leaning song that builds up effectively with a measured melody and dramatic tone.

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